jtaylor

Dr. John Taylor

Office Address
203 5171 221A Street TLC Medical Building
LANGLEY, V2Y 0A2
Phone (Work): 604 728 3565
Alternate Office
North Vancouver
204 255 West Esplanade, V7M 3G8
Phone (Main): 604 728 3565
Phone (Other): 604 728 3565

My area of expertise is with children and youth, and their parents.  Sometimes this involves separate work with parents, and sometimes with the whole family.  This is the work that I have done, in one form or another, for the past 40 years.

More recently, I have completed extensive training in the treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).  I have found that it is often best to provide this service on an outreach basis.

Sometimes, in my work with a child or adolescent, it becomes clear that a 'learning style' problem explains other concerns such as a behaviour problem, or anxiety, or both.  In this case, I am able to conduct a brief (screening) psycho-educational assessment.

 I have also worked extensively with children with sexual behaviour problems, or what are sometimes called 'abuse-reactive' behaviours. This knowledge is often useful for foster or adoptive parents.

I also work extensively with and consult with Dr. Michael Lloyd.  Dr. Lloyd and I will often be co-therapist with couples who are working out parenting strategies during a divorce process.  Dr. Lloyd, a psychotherapist, is experienced in couples counselling and several other areas, including, especially, pain management. 

Primary Areas of Practice

Adult Assessment

Psychoeducational Assessment

Adult Treatment

Family Relationships
OCD
Anxiety Disorders - Other
Parenting

Adolescent Assessment

Learning and Attention Deficit

Adolescent Treatment

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Anxiety Disorders - Other
Anger Management
Behavioural problems
PTSD/Adolescent Trauma
Adolescent ADHD
Targets of Bullying

Child Assessment

Psychoeducational

Child Treatment

Abuse, Neglect
Behavioural Problems
Eating Disorders
Depression
Anxiety
Learning and Attention Deficit
Separation, Divorce - Adjustment to
Targets of Bullying

Client Considerations

Low-income individuals or families
First Nations
Christian
Jewish
Muslim
Older Adults
Developmentally Delayed

Approaches used:

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Client-Centred
Systemic Therapy